Report: Sega Sammy Interested In Bidding For Atlus’ Parent Company

By Ishaan . August 2, 2013 . 10:40am

Bloomberg Japan is reporting (via: Hachima) that around 20 companies have expressed interest in bidding for Index Holdings, Atlus’ parent company, following news of its bankruptcy.

 

Among these is Sega Sammy, Bloomberg says. Additionally, Bloomberg’s sources tell them that the bid for the company has gone up to 20 billion yen (about $200 million), up from the previously expected value of 15 billion yen.

 

Candidates for the bid are expected to be narrowed down by next week, according to Bloomberg, with the possibility of a deal being as early as the end of August.

 


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